Golden Cup Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.

28/9 Moo 4, Bangmaenang Bangyai, 11140 Nonthaburi

Telephone +66 2 1918755
Fax +66 2 1918756

This company is co-exhibitor of
Thailand - Department of International Trade Promotion

Trade fair hall

  • Hall 6 / J68
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MEDICA 2016 hall map (Hall 6): stand J68

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MEDICA 2016 fairground map: Hall 6

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 05  Commodities and Consumer Goods
  • 05.02  Universal medical commodities

Universal medical commodities

  • 05  Commodities and Consumer Goods
  • 05.02  Universal medical commodities
  • 05.02.05  Bandages (Universal medical commodities)

Bandages (Universal medical commodities)

About us

Company details

Established in 1950, Golden Cup Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. is among Thailand’s leading pharmaceutical manufacturers. For over 60 years, Golden Cup Pharmaceutical has served Thailand not only with a very well recognized “Golden Cup Balm”, but also with a number of modern pharmaceutical products under “Golden Cup” trademark.

Nowadays, we have more than 150 employees. Golden Cup Pharmaceutical has grown from a family pharmaceutical producing shop in the 50s to a modern pharmaceutical factory in the 1970s and to a GMP-certified factory in 2000s (all departments). With a new plant completed in 2009, Golden Cup Pharmaceutical is now having its production capability increase and also targeting PIC/S (EU standard).

Since 1970, Golden Cup’s pharmaceutical products have been exported to many countries. Golden Cup’s pharmaceutical products, especially the Golden Cup Balm, can be found in major oriental markets across the world. As the first brand preferred by over 62% of Thais (ACNeilsen, 2005), and the product that presents in more than 55% of Thai households (ACNeilsen, 2005), Golden Cup balm is undeniably the strongest brand in its segment.

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Company data

Sales volume

1-9 Mio US $

Export content

max. 10%

Number of employees




Area of business

Commodities and Consumer Good for Surgeries and Hospitals